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    TBM Steering System for SHO

    Does anyone have any idea when they are coming out with it? Also is it worth waiting for instead of a umi?


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    Consider it off topic and ignorant but why would anyone want a new steering system?

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    Well I am quite tall and have ridden a 15f with a special extra tall steering setup and loved the feel. I am putting on new star bars though do you think that would add a good amount of height?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BPnta View Post
    Consider it off topic and ignorant but why would anyone want a new steering system?
    the stock sho system weighs over 20lbs

    btw, UMI does NOT make a system

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    Alright, makes better sense now

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD 1 View Post

    btw, UMI does NOT make a system
    and from what i heard they don't plan on making one.

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    TBM is making a steering system for the FZR/S. It can be adjusted for Endurance (Tall) or closed course (lower). The plan is to have 4 different positions and 2 front and back. I don't know if the steering for the SHO is the same as the FZR. If so, then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos Thomas View Post
    TBM is making a steering system for the FZR/S. It can be adjusted for Endurance (Tall) or closed course (lower). The plan is to have 4 different positions and 2 front and back. I don't know if the steering for the SHO is the same as the FZR. If so, then...
    NICE !!!! Carlos man with the inside scoop any little bird's told you recently a time frame on that steering system ..also what abt their fuel cell release

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    I have not been to TBM recently, but I was suppose to stop in to see the rough prototype. I expect many of the TBM FZR/FZS/SHO parts will be available after the World Finals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos Thomas View Post
    I have not been to TBM recently, but I was suppose to stop in to see the rough prototype. I expect many of the TBM FZR/FZS/SHO parts will be available after the World Finals.
    How's their anit-cavitation cone coming?

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